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Training for a Spring Race? Postpone Those Long, Slow, Winter Slogs with ‘Reverse Periodization’
23 Feb
2015
Written by Craig Moscetti

Training for a Spring Race? Postpone Those Long, Slow, Winter Slogs with ‘Reverse Periodization’ »

A look at reverse periodization: Less aerobic base building and more specific speed and tempo sessions as you build towards a spring race...

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How Do Elite Runners Train in Winter?
20 Feb
2015
Written by Rob Murray

How Do Elite Runners Train in Winter? »

Some choose to visit the warmer climes of Kenya and South Africa, others tread the well worn paths closer to home. So how do elite athletes manage their training in those cold, dark winter months?

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From Inhalers to Gene Modification: What Exactly Is Athletics Doping?
18 Feb
2015
Written by Rob Murray

From Inhalers to Gene Modification: What Exactly Is Athletics Doping? »

Everybody's heard of doping, but what actually is it. More than just steroids, doping in athletics now includes genetic modification and more...

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A Beginner’s Guide to Parkrun!
5 Feb
2015
Written by Rob Murray

A Beginner’s Guide to Parkrun! »

A beginners guide to parkrun, for anyone who thinks they might do it one day but is worried about how to go about it. A step by step guide to parkrun!

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Five US Trails You Absolutely Must Run
4 Feb
2015
Written by Rob Murray

Five US Trails You Absolutely Must Run »

Five of the best trail running routes in the US, from the foothills of Colorado to ancient aquaducts and canals.

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8 Ways to Talk Yourself Through a Tough Race
2 Feb
2015
Written by Rob Murray

8 Ways to Talk Yourself Through a Tough Race »

Eight ways in which you can win the metal battle whilst running a distance race.

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